Harley Davidson Pan America CVO

For the first time ever, Harley-Davidson has granted the Pan America 1250 Special, the company’s premier adventure bike, the Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO) designation for 2024. The primary differences from the base model include a special paint job, a bidirectional quickshifter, baggage, and protective accessories.

The Pan America CVO gets a bright paint job, but its bodywork stays the same. Bright orange and white accents add a striking pop of color to the basic black coat. Over the entire bike, the orange highlights flow down to the crashguard and even reach the subframe in back. The engine cover and exhaust cover have a plain weave carbon fiber finish, while the seat is wrapped in fabric that has a carbon fiber weave pattern. 

As a first for any road-going Harley-Davidson model, the adventure tourer CVO is the only one with a bidirectional quickshifter. A complete luggage set, auxiliary lighting, and an aluminum bash plate are among the many accessories that come with the Pan America CVO. Key components of the Pan America 1250 Special are still present on the bike, such as tubeless spoke wheels and adjustable ride height. Oh! Also, Check out our review of the Yamaha MT-03.

Fueling the Pan America 1250 CVO is the same 1252cc, liquid-cooled V-Twin that generates 128 Nm and 152 horsepower. This will cost more than the bike it is built on, just like every previous CVO.

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